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EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MAY 8, 1915
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Totino aiiil Full liM&tnd ratllctpaitnp
Dividends will lie from 12 lo 18
vearly. Valuable Philadelphia real (stale
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full amount of tlielr Investment Serious
investors will be nit en full particulars.
L, 040, LBUOKtt CENTItAti
RESCUE WORKER BRIDE
OF MAN SHE SAVED
Nurse and Missionary Weds
Man She Resurrected From
A happy woman, whose undying love
reclaimed n rum-sodden innn wrecked on
the "breakers" seven years nKo, and Hie
man she saved, were man led today by
the Ilev J J. .tovco Jtoorc, rector of St.
Andrew's Kplscopal Church, 8th street
ntnr Spruce street.
The brldo Is Jtlss Mnrlo Lcldelker, n
nutse In the ward for the insane at the
Philadelphia, Hospital. ,lter husband Is
Charlie" Seefeldt, whose face, bearing
the scars of his battles with whisky, wns
tamest, yet confident. With his smiling
and hopeful bride nt his side and wearing
a gold watch nnd chnln, the token of
good-will frcm other men who have been
saved from drink, ho began life anew this
Seefeldt broke down seven jears ago,
a physical and mentat wreck from ex
cessive drinking. His will power had
vanished, weakened with each succcsslvo
yielding to his appetite. His case was
a grave one. He was sent to the Insane
ward of the Philadelphia Hospital.
Hera Mls? Lcldelkry (list saw him. 1,1 1
tlo did she know that the wreck of man
hood before her was to be her husband.
Patiently she worked with him, first ts
a nurse, efficient, quick, watchful, test
ing and strengthening tlio will power of
the patient. She thought she saw a
spark of something good in the helpless
being nnd Bhe labored to fan that spark
Into flame. Her efforts were successful
and after fle years in the hospital See
feldt was discharged.
WEST CHESTER REVIVAL
PAINS POWER; 350 SAVED
8000 Sunday School Children Parade
to Services Collections 1500.
WEST CHESTEH. Pa., May 3. Charles
Grant .lordon. nn evangelist, continues nt
the tabernacle here nnd the success of
tho meetings has surprised the citizens,
many of whom predicted failure. Up to
dale 350 have gone up the "Hall" and the
collections have reached a total of nearly
A parade of Sunday school children was
the feature of ycstcrday'H early service
and the building was crowded by moro
than 3000 of them, led by a band.
In tho afternoon Mr. .lordon talked to
1000 men on the subject of "booze" and
at the same time Mrs. Mulrhead, his as
sistant, addressed several lmmli ed women
at the First Presbyterian Church
In the evening Mr, Jorilon delivered a
sermon, his subject being "Judgment and
What Every Man Should Do In Piepara
tlon for the Same." Tho meeting was
largely attended and a scoie of people
"hit tho trail." Tho services of today
Include prayer meetings nt many homes
and tomormw Mr. Jordon will talk at
7:15 o'clock to tho adult Bible classes of
the several Sunday schools from hero nnd
MUSIC, BOOZE AND DISCOKD
Combination Results in Arrest of Per
formers' at Free Concert.
A free concert, enlivened by quantities
of beer, wine and whisky, given for the
benefit of residents of Blavls street above
20th by a number of men who assembled
at 2017 Blavls street, resulted disastrously
for the performers today, when each paid
a fine of $10 and costs for disturbing tho
peace, at a hearing in the Ridge and Mid
vale avenues police station.
They are Peter rtutuso, of 1WX Bruner
street; Max Nagrulor, of 220 Blavls
street; Michael Czuezko, of 2JM Blavls
street. Stephen Lereskio, of the same ad
diess, and Daniel Sarnizk, of 2031 Blavls
street. A warrant baa also been IssueJ
for Michael Loroskl, owner of the house
at 2017 Blavls street, who Is accused of
conducting a dlsoiderly house.
The arrests were made upon the com
plaint of residents of Blavls street, who
assert that the nuisance has continued
for moro than a year, in spite or repeated
threats and warnings that the police
would be summoned to stop tho carous
ing. Supremo Court Decisions
The Supreme Court today handed down the
Kelly et al. in Miller. C. P. No. 3, Phila
delphia Judgment affirmed.
Dl Megllo t al. vh. Philadelphia and Head
ing Hallway Company. C. P. No. 3, Phlladel
pnla. Judgment reversed.
McGlnnls et al. va. Peoples Blethers. C. P.
rio. 2, Philadelphia. Judgment reversed, with
venire facias da novo,
Waff et al vs. Bacon. Q. 3.. Philadelphia.
-1'faft et al vs. Bacon. Q. S.. Philadelphia.
Decree reverted and set aside; further ordeied
that petition be dismissed and costs be uld by
North Pennsylvania Railroad Company vs.
Philadelphia, ami Heading Hallway Company,
C P. No. 3. Philadelphia. Judgment affirmed
Krebs et al, , Pennsylvania 'Life Insurance
Company. C. P. No. 2, Philadelphia, Judg.
TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES
R2y .May"- -62 Canton at., and Mary E.
bmlth. 30T1! Terrace st. '
,,rnardJno Marrclnl. nil Montrose St., and
Hoso Jannettl. SOI Tasker nt.
Charles t:, Oluroyd, 2831) Tulip St., and Jose
phine A. Schmidt, 205l Tulip st.
Kleinenta Hadzewlci. 2S04 Canlrell st., and
A'inaKarnnalta, 1014 Spring st.
vviadyalaw Sipmarowlci, Manayunk, and Anna
JHawkat, BOO Arch at.
Charles Adams, 610 8. Uth St., and Annie
Itolllngs, 810 S. Uth st.
Michael Konosu, 1S8H Cotlman at., and Pelagla,
Tokslenska. J.tt Jamestown et,
Thomas J. Beillv, wcu Wyaluslng ave.. and
Katherlne T. Brennan, 2448 Montrose St.
Herman Tmp, Jr., 28 Master st., and Anns
Krlesche, J432 Dover st.
Joseph H. VVhalen. K31 Faschall ae., and
Annie K. mdwlck. 2010 Arch St.
me Wllllame. 2040 N. Fairhlll St., and Mary
, P Wilson, S225 N. Fairhlll at.
"'chard J Kealey, 6T40 Dltman t., and Emma
Venke, 3023 N Fairhlll at,
llontlno Clodovero, Marcus Hook. Pa., and
Anglollna Marches!, 1447 8. Beulah st.
k SERVE YOUR GUESTS J
Vmlmm yom my "tffltUJttitS
DR. FREDERICK W. KILLIAN
Chairman reunion of Philadelphia
Aerie No. 4 2, Fraternal Order of
Vaudeville Entertainment to Bo Fol
lowed by Dance.
Members and friends of members of tho
Philadelphia Aerie, No. 12. Fraternal
Order of Kngles, will gather tonight nt
tho Eagles' Temple, 1.136 Spring Garden
street, for tho nnnunl reunion nnd dance.
Tho affair promises to bo one of the most
successful in tho history of tho Philadel
phia branch. A vaudeville entertainment
will bo followed by dancing.
Dr. Frederick V. Kllllan Is chairman of
the committee In chaige of arrangements
for tonight. Ho will be nsslsted by D. A.
Sullivan nB vice chairman and David
F. Hognn, secretary-treasurer.
ASK CHURCH INQUIRY
Petition for Investigation of Al
leged "Iron Hand" Rule of
Rev. C. G. Hopper.
In the hope that tho pastoral relations
between tho Kev. Charles Grant Hopper
nnd the West Park Presbyterian Church,
54th street and Lnnsdovvne avenue, may
be dissolved the faction In the church
which has charged him with "ruling with
an iron hand" for tho last H years have
presented a petition to ofllclnls of the
Philadelphia Presbytery, asking for an
investigation. This petition will be
brought befote tho ministers and promi
nent laymen of tho organization nt its
meeting this afternoon.
Accompanying the petition Is n letter,
signed by prominent officials and laymen
of the church. Opponents of Mr. Hopper
ure confident that tho requested Investi
gation will be authorized. If It Is. clergy
men of the Presbytery vvlll bo assigned
to preside when tho charges are explained
and evidence is given by the opposing
There are about 40 names on tho peti
tion. The letter nccompanlng It Is signed
by Elder W. C. Donnelly, Trustee Thomas
H. Downward, Herbert Iforton. assistant
superintendent of the Sunday School; J.
T. riummcr and Francis MacDougall
The last two men wero ciders of the
church until nn election a few weeks
ngo, when their plnccs wero filled by men
alleged to have he'en chosenvby the Ilev.
It is ch.irged that Mr. Hopper rushed
his slate of officers through by "steam
roller" methods at n meeting of the con
gregation. This meeting, opponents
claim, was illegal because It was not held
aB provided by the rules governing tho
The meeting of Presbytery will be held
this nfternon In tho Chambers-Wylle
Presbyterian Church, Broad street below
Elkton Greets 1G Honeymooners
ELKTON. Md., May 3. Pennsylvania
couples married In Elkton today were
Bobert J. McKeown nnd Emma G. Groves
nnd Samuel A'lle and Mary H. Walker,
Philadelphia; James V. Barron and May
A. Harvey. Tyrone; William H. Sloan
and Mary B. Mlphlans, -Bethlehem; Lloyd
E. DeLong and Cora C. Grimm, Allen
town; John Krelder nnd Bertha Flana
gan. Lancaster: I.eroy Reddlg and Caro
line Mentzer, Heading, nnd Emello De
Slmone and Lillian Don Vito, Ctlester.
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HEART DISEASE KILLS
Bellboy Calling Phllndelphian
for Breakfast at Richmond
Hotel Finds Him Half Con
.1. Henry Alt'tnettcr, n representative ol
the Botantcnl i uufncturlng Company,
of this city, died today nt tho Virginia
Hospital, lllchlnond, Vu aa a result of
nn attack of heart disease, due to chronic
nephritis. A card lh the man's pocket
showed thnt his home Is at J1o9 Ogden
Allstaetler was found In n semi-conscious
condition nt the Lexington Hotel
osterday morning when tho hell boy
called him for breakfast. Ho was re
moved to the hospital and later rallied.
Last night he appeared to he Improving,
but suffered a sinking spell soon after
midnight and died nn hour or so after
ward. Clerks nt the Loxlngtou Hotel say
he seemed In good health nnd spirits when
he retired on Saturday night.
.1. Henry Altslnettcr Is Btirvlvcd by his
widow, Mrs. Mary J. Altstacttcr, and his
son, Frederick, of rtcrgcy & Altstacttcr,
Illustrators, MS Wnttiul street, lloth rc
sldo nt tho Ogden street nddress. Al
though the dead man was 69 years old,
hit death came ns a great shock to his
family, ns he nlvvnys had enjoyed the best
of health. He left Ihli city for Richmond
last week, but no word was received from
him since last Tuesday. The body will bo
brought to this city, Immediately.
ONCE RUSSIAN' PEASANT,
WOMAN NOW PHYSICIAN
Polyclinic Resident Doctor Imprisoned
ns Student Revolutionist.
Theio is a wide gap between tho life of
a peasant In a Illnck Sea village and the
post of icsldent physician In the Poly
clinic Hospital. For a man to bridge It
would requiro extraordinary nblllty; lor
a woman, it is all the more unusual, In
view of tho handicaps she must en
counter. These handicaps were overcome by
Rlcka S. FinMer, who won the honor of
being tho first woman resident physician
appointed at tho hospital for more than
20 years, hhe vvlll soon he graduated as
n practicing ptivslcimi by tho Woman's
Medical College of Pennsylvania, which
she has attended four yeais
Doctor FInlsler, who speaKs eight lan
guages, was born In Kherson, Russia,
years ago. While studying lnw In St.
Petersburg University she was thrown
Into prison for attendance nt student an
archistic meetings, and on her release
left the country, coming to Philadelphia.
Although working her way through tho
medical school, sho was among the flint
In her classes, and won seveial prizes.
Two years ago sho married David Flnk
ler, a post-graduate student of ngi ieulturo
at tho Pennsylvania State College. Her
maiden n&me was Sapho.
THINK MISSING BOY SAFE
Lad Who Left Home Believed to Be
on n Farm.
Policemen nnd detectives of this city
who nre searching for 11-year-old Han
Thomas, who disappeared from his home
at 1320 Unity street on April SI, believe
that tho boy haa obtained employment
on n farm somewhere between Hybctiy
The boy left home at 5.15 o'clock on the
21st, after being scolded by his father for
not washing his hands. Nothing was
heard of him until tho 27th, when It was
found that ho had stopped at a friend's
house, borrowed 15 cents, a coat nnd cap.
At that time he is said to have had n
deep cut over tho left eye. According to
the boy's mother, ho hns always wanted
to work on a farm, and hns often spoken
of getting employment near Byberry.
When he left homo tho boy wore dark
bloomer trousers, a light shirt nnd black
slides and stockings. He Is 5 feet In
height, of medium build, has light haid
and fair complexion.
Special Policeman Cnught in Robbery
Two policemen were waiting behind the
counter when John W. Bloomlngdnle, a
special policeman of the Knickerbocker
Theatre, 40th and Market streets, enter
ed n candy store next door with a skel
eton key last night and stnrted toward
the cash register. According to George
Nickels, proprietor of the candy store,
some one has been robbing tho cash reg
ister each night for a wepk. Acting De
tectives SIcDowell and Thornton, of the
32d street and Woodland avenue police
station, laid tho trap for Bloomtngdaie
Inst night. He was held under IS00 ball
by Magistrate Harris today.
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Dougherty's "Faultless" Bedding
1632 CHESTNUT STREET
ARTHUR V. JOHNSON, MOVIE ACTOR
AND PRODUCER, GRAVELY ILL
Leading Man and Director for Ltibin's a Victim of Tuberculosis.
A Master Hand in the Silent Drama Popular With
Players and With Audience.
In n house In Spring Garden street lies
Arthur V. Johnson, movlo Idol, lending
man and director for Lubln's. Tho doc
tors say that Mr. Johnson will never
net ngnln and that he may never teavo
the bed on which he has lain for tho
last three weeks. It Is true that there
wns n slight Improvement In his condi
tion Inst night, but this is thought to be
only a symptom of his ailment, tuber
culosis. His friends have given up hope
Mr. Johnson has stood high In tho favor
of the photoplay patrons the world over
for the Inst six years. During this tlmo
ho has appeared In many of the leading
pioductlons of the Blogrnpli and Lubln's
During the Inst four years ho lias nctcd
and produced exclusively for Lubln's.
Tho experiences of Mr. Johnson nre in
keeping with his profession romantic
oven pathetic. Uoin In Davenport, lown,
In 1879, young Johnson inn away from
college when 19 to heed the, call of
Shakespeare. A traveling company had
paBSed through his city anil the youthful
aspirant fled home to play Tybalt In
"Romeo and Juliet." For 12 years he
pm sued fame, even to the extent of act
ing In a version of Shaw's "Cashcl
But he accomplished better things. Hu
appeared In the support of Mnrlc Wain
wrJght, Robert B. Mantell nnd Sol Smit'i
Russell. Then, about bIn years ago, enmo
the call of the "movies." Ho Joined the
Blograph company under direction of D.
W. Grimth, the master producer. He
played opposlto'to Mary Tlckford, Marlon
Leonard, Henry 11. Walthall and James
Klrkwood. Four years ago he Joined tho
Lubin foiccs, soon becoming n director.
It woe only a few dnj's ago that Mr.
Lubln sent the following eulogy of John
son to tho Kve.ni.no Lkuqcr:
Among tho dominant figures in the
dramn of silence Arthur V. Johnson
unquestionably holds a unique place
As n producer, no less than nn nctor,
he Hlnmps the Impress of his ait upon
every photoplay he films for tho Lubln
companv. It has been snld that ho
can handle a. dolloate, complex situa
tion on the screen with surpassing
skill, nnd In tho next instant can at
tain a climax with almost terrifying
strength nnd passion. There In an
ever piesent virility nnd certainty of
expression In a Johnson photoplay.
There are never any slurred moments,
nor does he ever sink to tho maudlin
nor resort to the grossly sensational
for his appeal, yet he projects his
message unfailingly. This mny ex
plain why a woman, deprived of both
healing, nnd unnblo to read the cap
tions as well, declares that it doesn't
make any difference "when the big
man" acts she only needs to see.
Mr. Johnson Is prodigal with his
time and patience when working. It
Is no uncommon sight for him to de
vote SO minutes to countless repetitions
of p. bit of business which an extra
cannot giasp rather than npeak
bluntly to the heslnner. It is Just
this consideration of others that en-
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of cleansing rugs, wo will
clean VREE one of your
rugs. Our process is not a secret
oriental method. In fact, there
is no such method. In the old
countries where rugs are woven
tho most primitive cleaning
methods are used, such as shak
ing, sweeping and washing with
water. We use no soap, no
chemicals, but a process learned
through 32 years of practical
experience that brings back all
the original luster and color
ings. Repairing by expert weavers
at nominal prices.
G. K. DAVIDYAN
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rhone. Walnut 602
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It will collect "outlawed" accounts
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The monay Is paid to you directly
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Tho accounts are always in your
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Sleep if you can, on ordinary Mattresses
during hot sultry nights, but sleep you will, on
"Faultless," and rise refreshed. Why delay
this enj'oyment and comfort? You will never
need them more than now, Today we can
say just when we can deliver to you, tomorrow,
ARTHUR V. JOHNSON
dears him to the rank and file of
Lubin workers, not overlookliiR his
inimitable sense of humor odd, whim
sicnl, unfailing, Impossible to record.
Mr. Johnson has ono daughter, now In
school. Ills second wlfo Is nlso a mem
ber of t.ublns, ptnyltiB under the name
of Florence Ilackclt.
FLAMES THREATEN SOLDIERS
Guns Summon Artillerymen to Res
cue When Bnrn Burns.
WILMINGTON-, Del., May l-Knrly this
morning fire started In the barn of Shad
rach Boyer, near Delaware City, and It
wns destioyed. The H-imes threatened
the homes of n number of holdlers and
two suns were fired nnd the nrtlllorymen
summoned to llRht the llnmcs.
Bunker HIM Mill, n Rlist mill near Mld
dletovvn, owned by II. A. Davidson, was
also burned this mornlnc. The contents
were also destroyed. Tho mill wbh a
landmark, and during tho Civil AVnr wns
usod as a woolen mill to mako blankets
for the soldiers.
Contract Let for Postoffice Repairs
A contract for repairs to the Philadel
phia I'ostolllce amounting to J.130O was
awarded todav to A. E. KurchholT, of
Buffalo, by the Treasury Department.
Special Sale Slightly
B Sehomacker Piano .
4 Hardman Piano . .
$ Emerson Piano . .
'p Painter & Ewing Piano
with 100 ROLLS
Square Pianos, $5.00
1010 CHESTNUT STREET 3
1801 roit SI YEARS
Chairs and Settees
WM. C. PATTON, JR.
2i South 18th
Hoses (all colors) $1.00 per doz,
Sweat Peas GO, 75, J1.00 bunch
Assorted Carnations $1.00 per doz,
The Sign of Iht Ao I
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Satin Ribbon binding any width at reasonable prices
Kept either ecru or white Finished to hang soft and true
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BRAZILiAiY HEAR ADMIRAL
HERE TO PROMOTE TRADE
South American Sent to U S. liy Bra
zil as Commercial Expert.
The European war has given the
United States the opportunity of per
manently monopolizing South American
trade, according lo Cordero de Qracln,
retired rear admiral of the Brazilian
navy. Admlrnl de Gracla Is stopping At
tho Bellevue-Strntford. He Is here on
n mission from the Brazilian Govern
ment to promote trade relations between
that nation nnd the United Stales.
"Brazil needs some American products
badly, nnd cannot obtain them In suffi
cient quantities when transported In
Brazilian Bhlps atone." said Admiral de
Gracla. "The war gives the United States
tho chance to slep In nnd take this trade.
After the war Is over It will sllll bo
necessary to enrry on this trade, and
the United Btntos will havo a monopoly
of II. The products -which are most
needed in Brnzll nre steel, Iron, wheat
Admit al de Gracla vvlll travel through
"Western cities with the purposo of stimu
lating tiade with Brnzll, and will visit
the I'anama-Paclflc Exposition. He will
return East In time to ntttend a conven
tion of representatives of South American
republics, called to discuss trade condi
tions. Admiral de Grncla Is making a
special study of taxes and the tariff,
with a view to giving helpful suggestions
to his Government.
fo all the
Get out the brooms and
scrubs and mops, just like
you did last year. Roll up
your sleeves and get to
work rout out the spots
where germs may lurk
for Clean-up Week is here.
Let's aid the City in her
task of cleaning this fair
town. Let's each our home
stead spotless make a
cleaner house for safety's
sake and do the job up
The many things that
you will need for window,
wall and floor you'll find
them at their very best
the kind that lend to work
a zest at Martindale's big
Brooms, 35c, -10c, 45c each
Buckets, (3 hoops), 25c
Buckets, (galvanized), 25c
Scrubs, 12-20c each
Mop and Handle complete, 50c
Wizard Floor Mop, SI. 50
Wizard Floor Oil, 25c, 50c. $1
Wizard Carpet Cleaner, 10c,
Chamois. 25c and 50c each
Wash Boards (double), 50c
Powdered Ammonia, 10c can
Liquid Ammonia, 10c, 20c &'n
Dirigo, Lewis and Red Seal'-
Lye, 10c can
20-Mule Team Borax, 8c and
Formaldehyde, 25c -box
Chloride of Lime, 10c can
Bon Ami, 9c bar
Brytine, 10c pkjr.
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Wool Soaps for woolens and
Soap all c;ood brands, 5c,
7'ic 8c bar
Gold Dust, 22c pk(r.
Snow Boy, 5c pkjr.
Grandma s Wash Powder, 13c,
2 for 25c
Pearl Borax Powder, 8c pkg.
La France Washing Tablets. 5c
I-V Washing Tablets, 5c
Glo-Zo Starch Polish, 5c
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Electro Silicon, 7c box
Myers' Liquid Polish, 15c can
Imperial Paste Polish, 25c tan
Silver Suds, 10c & 25c bottle
Bath Bricks, 8c each
Whiting, 10c lb.
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Our Jeraey flock of aalacted birds are htld
exclusively for retail trade. Never more de
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butter and ecica. Immediate attention to mall
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sleeves. Short in skirt, ouiside
patch pockets with flap, but
ton, button-hole. Vet with,
soft roll collar. Trousers ex
tremely narrow In legs.
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One thing well
And that is to make
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for Men and Young- Fellows
There is nothing about
making a Suit of Clothes
that we do not know; there J
is much in the making of
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Features that are gen
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